Gene Therapy

Gene therapy includes the introduction of one or more foreign genes into an organism to treat hereditary or acquired genetic defects. In gene therapy, DNA encoding a remedial protein is bundled inside a "vector", which transports the DNA inside cells inside the body.

There are two unique sorts of gene therapy relying upon which kinds of cells are dealt with: Substantial gene therapy: exchange of a segment of DNA to any cell of the body that doesn't create sperm or eggs. Germ line gene therapy: exchange of a segment of DNA to cells that produce eggs or sperm.

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